From police complaints to unsolved murders: The Report investigates all areas of the law
Should women suspected of making false accusations of rape be prosecuted?
The Report speaks to the wife and son of the murdered former Russian intelligence officer
Phil Kemp examines the Police Federation and the resignation of Chief Whip Andrew Mitchell
Investigating the barrister and author Constance Briscoe, jailed for lying to the police.
How did three women disappear into a London-based Maoist group for more than 30 years?
Are there links between the murder of PI Daniel Morgan and the phone hacking scandal?
The unsolved murder of Daniel Morgan and claims of police corruption in the case.
Hannah Barnes investigates the state of the forensic science industry in the UK.
Simon Cox hears about voices of dissent about plans to change the retrial laws in Scotland
How do private investigators carry out surveillance on individuals?
Melanie Abbott probes the activities of undercover police officers.
Will we find out why police shot Mark Duggan, whose death sparked last summer's riots?
Phillip Kemp asks if the investigation into MI6 agent Gareth Williams' death was flawed.
An assessment of Police and Crime Commissioners' performance six months into the job.
Is the Independent Police Complaints Commission up to the job? Simon Cox investigates.
Simon Cox investigates how far the phone hacking scandal spreads.
Are vulnerable adults deprived of their liberty adequately protected by the law?
Original insights into major news stories. How dangerous are taser stun guns?
How widespread was computer hacking by the press? Jane Dodge reports.
Riots, disturbances and injuries in prisons: what's behind the rise in tension?
Melanie Abbott asks how the law can deal with burglary victims who attack their intruders.
Mobeen Azhar investigates whether innovative police initiatives can prevent crime.